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Bush admin to make hacking a terrorist offence

Washington über alles

Compel suffers brutal IT downturn

And SCH wants money back

Intel unleashes 2Ghz Xeon

Server sibling sidelined, but workstation part steams on

Lower estimates for AMD and Intel after US tragedy

Weak back to school sales and international crisis affect chip firms

Vizzavi rubbishes reports of ‘widespread’ job cuts

Simply not true

Guildsoft has new owner

Plymouth Sound

Top Web design firm Deepend goes under

Gongs a-plenty couldn't save it...

Consumers more confident, savvy about ecommerce

$16bn to be spent by US during Q4

Virus exploits fears over war on terror

Vote mass mailer is destructive, but not fast spreading

Online ad sales slide

Uh oh, back to dotcom doom and gloom

MS vows rewritten IIS, more patches

ExclusiveRead what sales staff will tell you tomorrow, today

Dabsxchange bans secondhand MS software

Auction site moves on piracy

Real and Napster catch portalitis

Online music providers go all fat and horrible

E-minister calls for lower broadband prices

Singles out BT to drive change

OFT to review MS licensing terms

MS 'surprised and disappointed'

Broadcom preps networking crypto acceleration

Go Faster stripes supplied by nCipher

AMD shuts fabs, fires 2,300

Slams on the brakes

McNealy salutes Phil Rosenzweig

Makes emotional tribute to NY staff

Gelsinger anointed Intel CTO

New job for coming man

Sun shows off mainframe chasing 106 chip StarCat

Swinging hot swapping

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